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Is your business ready to adopt Artificial Intelligence?
As Artificial Intelligence regulation develops, businesses must address legal and ethical considerations in AI contracts.
Australia
29 May 2019
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72 hours and counting… New APRA standard sets timeframe for notification of material info security incidents
Article explains how new APRA standard broadens obligations of APRA related entities beyond other cybersecurity obligations.
Australia
23 Jan 2019
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CBA data breach: The law is the law but does transparency matter more?
Public opinion and increasing calls for transparency and trust may result in a decision to report the data breach as is.
Australia
11 May 2018
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GDPR set to shake up the way Australian businesses protect personal information
If an Australian business processes personal data through a business established in the EU, it must comply with the GDPR.
Australia
2 Dec 2017
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Mandatory data breach notification law still on the 2016 agenda
If passed, this new bill would amend the Privacy Act 1988 to introduce a mandatory data breach notification scheme.
Australia
26 Sep 2016
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An affair to remember: Ashley Madison report findings released
Why, you ask, are the Aussies involved when Ashley Madison or Avid Life Media (ALM) is a Canadian Company?
Australia
11 Sep 2016
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An affair to remember - Ashley Madison data breach report findings released
The Australian Privacy Commissioner and the Canadian Privacy Commissioner have issued their joint investigation report.
Australia
5 Sep 2016
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Going viral: five legal risks of using social media to advertise your business
This article explores five potential legal risks that can occur where a business uses social media for its advertising.
Australia
23 May 2016
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Metadata issue goes to Federal Court
The issue of whether metadata constitutes "personal information" for privacy law purposes still remains uncertain.
Australia
1 Mar 2016
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Five steps to be a privacy-aware business: How to minimise the risk and damage of data breaches
Recent data breaches and future mandatory data breach notification put privacy on the agenda in Australian businesses.
Australia
14 Jan 2016
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VTech database breach exposes data worldwide from both parents and children
All businesses that collect personal information should consider what could be exposed if their databases were hacked.
Australia
15 Dec 2015
12
Privacy gone bush: Commissioner issues undertaking
The Privacy Commissioner announced the outcome of an investigation into a telecommunications company after a data breach.
Australia
9 Nov 2015
13
Data shopping spree: Kmart and David Jones databases breached
Kmart and David Jones both notified the public that they had experienced data breaches to their online customer database.
Australia
8 Oct 2015
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To disclose, or not to disclose - personal information overseas
The buck stops with the Australian organisation, and the protection of personal information of Australians is paramount.
Australia
2 Jun 2015
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No soft outcome: Australian Privacy Commissioner accepts first enforceable undertaking
Enforceable undertakings can institute improvements in practices that the regulator (Privacy Commissioner) can monitor.
Australia
16 Apr 2015
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New data retention laws passed
Australian ISPs and telcos will be required to retain prescribed consumer metadata for a minimum period of two years.
Australia
7 Apr 2015
17
Privacy laws, human resource managers and personal information
The recent introduction of new Privacy legislation in Australia has some important lessons for human resource managers.
Australia
22 Aug 2014
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Cupid exposed: access to personal inforation a breach of Privacy Act
Cupid breached the Privacy Act by failing to take reasonable steps to secure personal information on its dating websites.
Australia
17 Jul 2014
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Privacy Awareness Week – Is your organisation’s privacy risk on your radar?
The Privacy Commissioner can impose fines and enforceable undertakings, and reputation and customer trust are risks.
Australia
 
9 May 2014
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Privacy issues in designing mobile apps
The OAIC recently released a guide under the title "Mobile Privacy: A better practice guide for mobile app developers".
Australia
24 Dec 2013
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